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Charging Issue - Stuck At 98%

  1. doubledownwookie
    Ice Cream Sandwich Jul 8, 2014

    doubledownwookie , Jul 8, 2014 :
    I just started charging my phone tonight, and it appears it will not charge past 98%. Anyone else have that issue?

    Maybe I just need to let it sit longer. Went from like 40% to 98% relatively quickly while I was playing with it, downloading apps, updating, etc.

    It went to 100% when I switched chargers. Either I was not patient enough or not patient enough ;) haha
     
    Last edited: Jul 8, 2014

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  2. One4U
    Gingerbread Jul 8, 2014


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  3. thepanttherlady
    Community Veteran Jul 8, 2014


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  4. Jobayer
    Gingerbread Jul 8, 2014

    Jobayer , Jul 8, 2014 :
    U pro pic got me :mad:
     

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  5. One4U
    Gingerbread Jul 8, 2014

    One4U , Jul 8, 2014 :
    Try to kill all the battery and pull out your battery and try to charge it again.
     

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  6. doubledownwookie
    Ice Cream Sandwich Jul 8, 2014

    doubledownwookie , Jul 8, 2014 :
    I am using my Samsung one....same voltage. I'll try the other one.
     

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  7. Kailash Ravuri
    Gingerbread Jul 8, 2014

    Kailash Ravuri , Jul 8, 2014 :
    Pulling out battery ?? is it possible for OPO ??
     

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  8. doubledownwookie
    Ice Cream Sandwich Jul 8, 2014


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  9. DirkBelig
    Gingerbread Jul 8, 2014

    DirkBelig , Jul 8, 2014 :
    I went from 42% to 97% after about 5 hours (hope that's not normal) and it stayed at 97% for over an hour until I unplugged it and then reconnected it. Using my old Samsung charger. Switched in the 1+, but it was already topped off.

    Currently at 47% battery after 8h 15 with 2h 55m of screen on time.
     

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  10. lenk
    Gingerbread Jul 9, 2014


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  11. DirkBelig
    Gingerbread Jul 10, 2014

    DirkBelig , Jul 10, 2014 :
    It must've been a one-off glitch because I charged from 10% to full in a shade over two hours today.
     

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  12. yewfatt
    Eclair Jul 10, 2014


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  13. DirkBelig
    Gingerbread Jul 10, 2014

    DirkBelig , Jul 10, 2014 :
    I was using a 1.8A charger that I think came with my OG Kindle Fire that I have at work. Different charger.
     

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  14. Chris123NT
    Eclair Jul 15, 2014

    Chris123NT , Jul 15, 2014 :
    I just got my one and as I type this it is sitting at 97% using the original charger. Gonna try unplugging and re-plugging it, maybe it's a calibration issue?
     

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  15. xxroyalxtigerxx
    Honeycomb Jul 15, 2014

    xxroyalxtigerxx , Jul 15, 2014 :
    Try resetting battery stats and wiping cache
     

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  16. Chris123NT
    Eclair Jul 15, 2014

    Chris123NT , Jul 15, 2014 :
    And sure enough after unplugging and plugging it back in it went up to 100% in about 5 minutes. I'll see if it happens again on the next charge.
     

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  17. J4yz
    Gingerbread Jul 23, 2014

    J4yz , Jul 23, 2014 :
    Hi Chris, I have the same issue. Did it fix itself?
     

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  18. Chris123NT
    Eclair Jul 24, 2014

    Chris123NT , Jul 24, 2014 :
    Yeah, after the 2nd charge I haven't noticed it happening again at all.
     

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  19. J4yz
    Gingerbread Jul 24, 2014

    J4yz , Jul 24, 2014 :
    Thanks! Hopefully this happens to me too :)
    My original charge I used a Samsung charger = 98%
    Blackberry charger = 95%
    OEM charger = 98%

    Let's see what happens tonight.
     

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  20. Ruta
    Project Manager Jul 24, 2014

    Ruta , Jul 24, 2014 :
    This is a common issue with all LiPo batteries, don't worry. I would suggest power cycling your phone three times. Just follow these steps:

    1. Let your OnePlus One completely run out of power, until it shuts down.

    2. Plug in your OnePlus One to charge continuously, uninterrupted for at least 6 hours.

    3. Repeat step 1 and step 2 for three consecutive charge cycles and your OnePlus One should reach 100% when fully charged.

    One final suggestion, it might be best to do step 2 overnight to conveniently allow your phone to charge completely uninterrupted.

    Hope this helps!
     

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